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Telnet timeout/duplex change

I have a pretty easy problem but i just dont know how to solve it. There's a cisco 827 router here, when i telnet to it, and i wait for about a minute the connection to the host is lost.

And another question, how can i change the duplex mode of an ethernet interface?

hope somebody can help

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New Member

Re: Telnet timeout/duplex change

There's an exec-timeout that can be adjusted for telnet sessions:

conf t

line vty 0 4

exec-timeout <0-35791> (Timeout in minutes)

Not sure if duplex is configurable on the 827.. You can try going into config for the ethernet interface and entering either full-duplex or half-duplex, depending on what you want.

-Rich

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Re: Telnet timeout/duplex change

I have to change the duplex on a cisco 2600, when first booted that router i had to configure if i wanted full or half duplex. I want to know how i can change it because the interface isnt working :(

If someone thinks that aint the prob...what could it be then.

If you know the commands to change the duplex mode, plz give them. thnx!

New Member

Re: Telnet timeout/duplex change

To change the duplex setting, from enable prompt:

conf t

int e0/0

full-duplex (or half-duplex)

no shut

end

wr m

-Rich

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